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Middle ear: Quiz


Question 1:
How do you write Middle ear in latin?
processus spinosus vertebrae
Dioecesis Laohocheuvensis
ramus acromialis arteriae suprascapularis
auris media

Question 2: The structure of the middle ear in living ________ varies considerably, and is often degenerate.

Question 3: See ________.
Evidence of common descentTimeline of evolutionEvolutionary history of lifeEvolution of mammalian auditory ossicles

Question 4: ________ • Vestibular aqueduct • Canalis reuniens
Inner earOtolithBasilar membraneRound window

Question 5: Of surgical importance are two branches of the ________ which also pass through the middle ear space.
Facial nerveHead and neck anatomyGlossopharyngeal nerveFacial motor nucleus

Question 6: The mammalian middle ear contains three ossicles, which couple vibration of the eardrum into waves in the fluid and membranes of the ________.
Semicircular canalCochleaCochlear nerveInner ear

Question 7: In reptiles, ________, and early fossil tetrapods, there is only a single auditory ossicle, the stapes.
BirdEnantiornithesArchaeopteryxModern birds

Question 8: The middle ear of ________ is homologous with the spiracle of fishes, an opening from the pharynx to the side of the head in front of the main gill slits.

Question 9: The middle ear is the portion of the ear internal to the eardrum, and external to the oval window of the ________.
Inner earAuditory systemCochlear nerveCochlea

Question 10: The middle ear allows the ________ of sound traveling in air to acoustic waves traveling in a system of fluids and membranes in the inner ear.
Electrical impedanceTransformerAntenna (radio)Impedance matching

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